Quality and Safety for our Patients – our Basic Goal. The international conference organized by The Association of Companies Health Insurance Funds, Czech Republic (SZP CR) together with Association Internationale de la Mutualité (AIM) a nd Joint Commission International (JCI)
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Under the aegis of: the Ministry of Health Czech Republic.
On the occasion of CZ EU Presidency.
Held in Prague on12 -13 March, 2009 .
The Association of Companies Health Insurance Funds, Czech Republic
was established on May 15, 1997 as a successor organization of the Health
Insurance Companies Association founded in 1993.
Since June 1, 2008, it has been associating eight employee health insurance funds of the Czech Republic.
In 1995, the Health Insurance Companies Association became a correspondent member of AIM and in October 2002, the Association was adopted as a full member of AIM
SZP ČR covers 40 per cent of the population, i.e. about 4 million
Joint Commission International (JCI) was established in 1997 as a division
of Joint Commission Resources, Inc. (JCR), a private, not-for-profit affiliate
of The Joint Commission.
JCI extends the Joint Commission’s mission worldwide
by assisting international health care organizations, public health agencies,
health ministries and others to improve the quality and safety of patient care
in more than 80 countries.
Association Internationale de la Mutualité (AIM)
is a grouping of autonomous health insurance and social protection bodies.
AIM serves its members by representing their different interests in diverse
gremia and fora and is seen as the member‘s link to governments, non-
-governmental organizations and stakeholders in the field of social and health
services and as the spokesman of the health and social mutual societies.
AIM associates members from all over the world.
Established in 1950 .
Number of participants - 113.
Number of attending countries – 9 – USA, Morocco, Slovakia, Turkey, Hungary, Czech Republic, Belgium, Denmark, theNetherlands.
The participants were health care providers, health insurance companies, professional associations, patient´s associations, state bodies and organizations.
Up-to-date Information on Public Health Insurance Systems in AIM Member States.
Up-to-date information on Public Health Insurance System in the Czech Republic.
Results of Quality Monitoring in the Czech Republic.
Special Contracting of Healthcare in Employee Health Insurance Companies.
Quality of Dutch Healthcare and the Role of Health Insurers.
Introduction of Joint Commission International and WHO Collaborating Centre on Patient Safety Solutions .
Joint Commission International Standards and Survey Process .
Joint CommissionInternational\'s Essentials of Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety.
Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (MoLSA)
central body of the state administration responsible for social security
Ministry of Health
Employment Services Administration
Organizational division of MoLSA
Health insurance companies -
Czech Social Security Administration
State administration body
governed by MoLSA
benefits in kind (health care)
Sickness and maternity cash benefits
Cash benefits in case of working accident or occupational disease - compensatorydamages
state administration bodies - governed by Min. of Interior
Co-operate in soc. issues
Private insurance companies – obligatory liability insurance of employers
Ministry of Defence
Ministry of Justice special unit
Ministry of Interior
Special categories: army, prison and courts guard, custom officials, police
-continuous improvement of doctor´s qualification
- office hours (opening hours)
- complex effect assessment
- projects with managed care elements
NRC Healthcare Health Insurance
National Reference institutions´ Companies
Ministry of Health
Ing. Ladislav Friedrich CSc.
info @ szpcr.cz